Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 12, 1935 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 12, 1935
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flfllffc ARKANSAS of Mrtffiesr » to* hfts been official s&netloh. will cottie from iilt to It" 'November's Trade Above Last Year Autoniobilfe.mid Construction Work Are Season's Best Performers By thd Associated Press Industrial activity in November has continued the same sharply rising trend that was noted in October, according to the monthly statistical survey of The Associated Press. The pace of industry's advance has carried it more than 21 per cent above the level of cerly September and 35.1 per cent higher than the closing week if November bust year. T-jtal freight car loadings, seasonally adjusted, closed the latest period at the best level since December, 1931. A well sustained movement of miscellaneous and less-thart-carload*l,ot freight as well as a jump in coal shipments incident to the colder weather recently experienced was chiefly responsible for the' betterment. Automobile production, soaring contra-seasonally last month, is currently advancing at a reduced rate. Informed circles expect output to level off for a period, tapering lower toward the early part cf 1936. Cation manufacturing and steel ingot production were -both substantially | Two ,..,«,fdne8s and dependability in •'Vflftitsir 1 car. For over 20 years Dodge haa been famous for these qualities. t Everybody knows a Dodge can "takeit" >- ; Added to these attributes Dodge has $ ^l*i«n % fimashing all economy records— f^aM as for the new 1936 Dodge... there itft*^ atie-repotts from new Dodge owners all £f OVet the country stating they are get- ''rfd|t J8 to 24 miles to the gallon of gas- "itltte—and saving up to 20% on oil. The production! of. electric current in November established a record high. Residential' building pulled away ;omtwhat from last month's peak, but nevertheless remained more than 100 jer cent above last year. Mendieta Ousted as Cuba President Q u a r r e 1 dver Election Proceclui'e Causes Sudden Resignation HAVANA, Cuba—(Copyright Associated Press)—Cuba's turbulent polit- : cal situation precipitated the resignation of President ..Carlos ..Mendieta Wednesday and catapulted Secretary af State Jose Barnet into his office, apparently clearing away obstacles to the holding of the December national elections. in Quins* Film Election Was Issue HAVANA'; Cuba — (/P)— President Carlos Mendieta resigned early Wed- Two «£ Uio featured roles—the tiiiius, ot course, will he tho stars—in the motion picture. "Tho' Cpttnlry' Doctor," which will bring the five HtU<? Dionuos to the screen in all parts of the world, will bo played by Hollywood heaclllnurs, Dorothy Peterson, above, iind Jean Ilorsholt, below. Miss Peterson will play the role ot nurse and Hersholt is cast as. Dr. A. H. Dafoo. Yanks Trade Allen to Cleveland Club New York Tries Valiantly to Keep Up With Boston Reel Sox CHICAGO —(ff>)— Blocked in attempts ii match the shopping sprees net-day as the result of a political O i the Boston Hec! £ox and the De- quarrel over election procedure. j trrit Tigers, the New York Yankees y*»' v To J top it all—this big, new, Money- fc --Saving,Dodge has been acclaimed the iSf '^Beauty Winner" of 1936 by famous pf?" fashion authorities in alt parts of the country. Yet Dodge now costs only a few dollars more than the lowest- priced cars. DODGE NEW LOW FIRST COST The sixth president cf Cuba since Wednesday ended 24 hours of bar- the downfall of 'Gerardo Machado on gaining hy a trade with Cleveland. August 13, 1933, Mendieta submitted , The Yankees traded Johnny Allen his resignation to the cabinet at 1:10 I f or Monte Pearson and Steve Sundra, j sophomores. a. m. Eastern Standard Time. He had a Cleveland rookie who pitched for ! Possessed of a powerful running at- a Rose Bowl Win hV tlollimbla uy. UUIUIJIUIH Alabama, It Now Faces S. M. U, Miistatngs 8y ntrOLEY ROSS Associated Press Correspondent STANFORD UNlVERtST* ptni, rUshlhg the passfer, and no back since Alabama's Dbtle HoweU of 1934 has been abb to stand them off and fire away with consistent coolness aftd accuracy. They are expected to haw • their toughest test against S. M.- U.'s I famed "aerial elmto." • Indiaft attack, of course, is bns- ed on the Worhef &ystcm, with varla tlons of Thbrnhlll's own Invention. The great-running Ofrnyson is the spearhead, but Hamilton, Cotfis and Paulman are no mean alternates in the j leather-slugging assignments. OT-upsei two years ago oy wmim-, tuff to usc thaft tWly - found ncccssnry bia and bombed to defeat last year by , i California. Alagutw, Stanford's f"™ 0 "* f 0 P h £ Stanford hit Its season's peak In that mores of 1933-now semors-vviU make d ..^ „ fervently hopes they one last stand for victory In Pasa- ~. ; ,i ,...Lt. s. •_»*!_ ,.. ... v, « i dehn's Rose Bowl on New Year's Day agninst Southern Methodist. It will be the last collegiate football game tor eight of the fist-string varsity, and to win a Rose Bowl victory In their third attempt Will erase the Amateur Is Beaten by fristy Rhodes Blondy Jones Used in Demonstration of Holds, Then Is Thrown Instructdr Al (Dusty) Rhode. 1 !, onetime lightweight wrestling champion, turned grappldr Wednesday night to furnish fans a thrill in the main event of an nil-amateur wrestling program nt Fair park arena. Rhodes took on a promising amateur will touch it again in the Rose' Bowl— product, Blondy Jones of Shrcvcport. for once. La., who appeared nt the arena and i» i ^ asked for n match. Jones made such In Motor Prams ' a gotxl '^P™^ 10 " that attempts will LONDON-(/P)-MolorlMd prams or | bt> inaclc to bHn 8 hlm back - boby carriages, 'semi-streamlined, with l Instructor Rhodes demonstrated scv bring on out of town fcmftteur tenm hero to bsttlo local youftg»lctt. H l«»il>l«i Several companies iwwiftg bulldlnftd In Ottawa, Kan., recently took out earthquake InSurflftce policies. Mote than S,8«B,<sto tmnHf* of tables w*rc cutthed for winter sumption by wild W6*kfefs to !« dlnnn tlirouith the facilities v * yt> gntdoh ftnd eoft*6mtioh the governor's commission on uncn ploymcnt 0f Stnnford's 1935 35—S«n Jose 10—San Francisco 6-U. C. L. A 6—Washington 9—Santa Clara ^-u. s. c 32—Montana 13—California 114 Totals .. 7 ,. 0 .. 6 .. 0 . 0 . 0 ..13 the nursemaid walking with her hand on a throttle instead 'of pushing as of old, have become thn rajie in London's fashionable West End. Colors also are yielding to modern influences and babies of the rich ride in green, tan, or yellow vehicles, with the nurse, in some cases attired to match. One London manufacturer has reportedly built a do luxe pram, citing $350 for a Hollywood film star's baby. bitter taste of the pills labeled 7 to 0 and 2 9to 13 by Columbia and Alabama, respectively. A Pair Missing Two of those ex-sophomores who have dominated the Pacific Coast gridirons, in victory, draw or even defeat for three straight seasons will be missing, but Coach Claude E. (Tiny) Thornhill expects to put this season's best-functioning eleven on the Pasadena turf. The missing are Frank Alustiza. the hard-as-rock, blocking back who teamed up for two varsity years with his more famous mates, all-America j Bobby Grayson and "Bones" Hamilton, and Claude Galloway, Bob Reynolds' running mate at tackle. Alustiza was knocked off the gridiron permanently this fall with an eye injury, and Galloway didn't even don a uniform, on doctors' orders, because of a siege of bronchial pneumonia last spring. The others will be there, however— "Monk" Moscrip and Keith Topping at ends, Reynolds at tackle, Larry Rouble and Woody Adams at guards, Wes Mueller at center, and Grayson and Hamilton in the backfield. Moscrip's presence looked doubtful when he suffered a jaw fracture and a knee injury in Stanford's big game with California, but he is expected to bo in there again when Now Year's Day ( rolls around. Three Are Sophs To complete the lineup are Jimmv Coffis, little left halfback recognized One of the commonest creatures on the Keeling islands In the Indian ocean is a monstrous crab which lives on cocoanuts. eral holds and then pinned Jones to the mat for a victory. In the semi-final match Carl Woodruff and Bert Mauldin wrestled to a draw. Woodruff won hte first round in four minutes with a crab hold. Mauldin took the second fall with n combination figure 4 and arm lock. The preliminary brought together Ntwton Eccrcst and Fred Briant. The match ended in a draw. In the second preliminary (Doc) Zimmorly and Jchn Newberry fought to a 20-minute draw. Eight or possibly 10 wrestling and boxing matche will be arranged for next week. Promoter Bert Mauldin ajuiounccd. Plans are underway to BARTON'S CASH STORE SPECIALS FOR FRI,, SAT, AND MON, LARD SWIFT'S JEWEL 8 c±, 99c SUGAR 20 tb, SI.00 LUZIANNE COFFEE Pound 23c IRISH POTATOES Pound 2c RAISINS 2 u, 17c APPLES 138 Size Fancy Delicious Doz. 20c as the Coast's best safety man, Bill Paulman, the blocking, punting quarterback, and Dale Beedle, tackle, all held the office for almost two years. The cabinet," i-fummoned after Mendieta had suddenly cancelled a radio address to the United States, accepted the resignation. The president said he had resigned because a certain political faction considered him an obstacle to the holding of national elections. Secretary of State Jose A. Barnet, 71, took over the presidency. ONLY 64O and up. UttPricei at Factory, Detroit \ elections for January 10 in adopting a 1 formula suggested by Dr. Harold W. I Dodds, president of Princeton Uni- Mlnneapolis and Newark last season. All three pitchers are righi-haridedj Manager Joe McCarty, weary of the refusals he has been getting from rival owners each time he tries to buy an outfielder, said he intended to keep on trying. He admitted that something '.more than the acquisition of Pearson and Sundra was necessary to keep even with the Red Sox, who have purchased Jimmy Foxx and John Marcum. arid the Tigers, who got Al Simmons Tuesday. Allen, a pitching star in 19S2 when he made his debut and won 17 vic- "„ "THEN YOU SAVE AND SAVE AND SAVE ON UPKEEP versity. Dr. Dodd was called to Cuba torios against four defeats and then as a government political advisor followed by winning 15 and dropping after a Supreme Electorial Court had 7 j n 1933, has been of little value to outlawed party coalitions in the elec- ( McCarthy .since. Allen, enemy of tions, originally scheduled for De- ( American League umpires, and Mc- cembcr 15. i Carthy do not get along well. - . i F careen, with the Indians for xen- ! ~~"j sens, had his greatest year in 1931 when he won 18 and lost 13. Last feascn h won eight and lost 13, while Allen won 13 and lost six. Sundra, 23 years old, won five and lost six for Minnc apolis and then won five out of six for Newark. Pearson is 26, Allen 30. tack—both Columbia and Alabama will bear witness to that-rthe Indians this season nevertheless had to de- pennd upon the field-goal kicking of Moscrip to defeat Washington, Santa Clara and -Southern California. Coincidentally,! the one game in which Moscrip's toe lost its aim resulted in Stanford's i;lone defeat, administered by U. C. TL. A., 7-6. Aerial Threiit Appears , But in the California contest SUm- ford displayed an ability to punch over 11 touchdowns it had failed to show earlier. It added to its former land power a real passing threat with the i development of Crayson as a fine tosser. ; Mixing of sharp-shooting aerial shots with running plays contributed perhaps more than any other factor to the Indians' two devastating marches through California's previously impregnable line for scores. "They are more pass-minded now," Coach Thornhill chuckles. "They are ready to shoot them, and what's more they can make them work." Stanford's pass defense has consisted in the simple expedient of sending the fast, rangy ends, Moscrip and Top- with 1 the 5^^V e •* <» <&4* &$&& ^COLLAR NOW! Gut Famous "TOPFLIGHT' MEN'S SHIRTS With "Nucraft" No-wilt Collar Attached! 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